Leave a comment Originally posted on Oct. Six months ago the ploy used to kill the private press was a price hike on printing costs. That evidently did not work. Now the government is trying to silence them by all means possible. An orchestrated campaign against these newspapers spearheaded by the ailing Addis Zemen is well underway.
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This is happening to many job seekers applying for various jobs in Ethiopia through job portals such Ezega Jobs, EmployEthiopia, EthioJobs, Mjobs, etc. In many cases, the reasons are simple and common. Regardless of whether you are applying from mjobs or employethiopia or any other, the hiring manager normally gets many resumes to review. The only way to tell prior to interviews is through resumes and cover letters. The hiring manager would normally look for someone who has done something similar or at least one who showed interest in the work being advertised.
The main point is that you are conveying a message to the hiring manager that you understand what the job needs and you have done or studied something related to the job you are applying. Remember, hiring managers barely have a few minutes to spend on each job application. Also, please answer any questions the hiring manager is asking in the vacancy announcement. If it was asked that you must have certain computer skills, please state that in your cover letter and resume.
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With Ethiopiapress. This is mainly due to the fact that former imperial and military regimes restricted the development of the private Ethiopian press. In Ethiopia private newspapers have voiced alternative views during the the past two decades with two national daily newspapers: Addis Zemen in Amharic and the Ethiopian Herald in English. Newspapers in Ethiopia are facing several problems. Private papers have a great potential to give expression to the unheard voices while they face many internal and external challenges.
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